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    Any one know how to go about this question?
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    some people here cannot view .docx as they still use the old office suite
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    (Original post by emloyeh)
    Any one know how to go about this question?
    Are you having trouble with all parts of that question or just?
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    (Original post by MathsAndCompSci)
    Are you having trouble with all parts of that question or just?
    All parts ffs hahahah
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    (Original post by emloyeh)
    All parts ffs hahahah
    Well to find the Centre we aim to complete the square!

    I'll start you off

     x^2 - 20x + y^2 - 24y + 195 = 0
     (x - 10)^2 -100 + (y - 12)^2 -144 + 195 = 0
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    (Original post by MathsAndCompSci)
    Well to find the Centre we aim to complete the square!

    I'll start you off

     x^2 - 20x + y^2 - 24y + 195 = 0
     (x - 10)^2 -100 + (y - 12)^2 -144 + 195 = 0
    Thank you
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    some people here cannot view .docx as they still use the old office suite
    pdf ftw
 
 
 
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